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R.A. Tindall


ELDER R.A. TINDALL (January 23, 1933 – October 26, 2009)

Elder Tindall, son of L.L. and Delma Tindall; bom January 23, 1933 in Webster County, Mississippi; married Shirley Avery August 21, 1952. Then Missionary Baptist, he was ordained by them, on February 21, 1953, educated in their schools, and preached for them for 23 1/2 years, though differing with them doctrinally.

After years of diligent study, prayer, and seeking God's guidance as to where his church remained, he came to see the Primitive Baptist Church as the Lord's Church while he was pastoring in Perth, Kansas. Having pastored there five years and teaching the doctrines of grace, they too were blessed to see. He, and they, desired scriptural baptism and membership with the true church. Inquiry and preparation led to a meeting at Perth, February 1976, to constitute them into a church. Elders came from Oklahoma and Mississippi; among them, ElderW.E. Fulgham, pastor of Clear Springs Church, Maben, Mississippi, and others from there. Elder Lonnie Mozingo, Sr. moderated, presbytery was formed and proceedings began. Clear Springs Church sent a letter that was presented by Elder Fulgham giving them authority to receive members, baptize them, and extend an arm to constitute a church at Perth. R.A. Tindall and two other men joined Clear Springs and were baptized by Elder Fulgham forming the arm. Perth Church was then constituted; called R.A. Tindall pastor; and called for his ordination. He was ordained February 28, 1976.

Since 1976, Elder R.A. Tindall has traveled extensively among Primitive Baptist Churches. He pastored Perth 12 1/2 years, has pastored Amarillo Church, Amarillo, TX 22 years and remains pastor there at this time.

The Passing of Eld. R.A. Tindall
January 23, 1933 – October 26, 2009

- The family wanted to let you know that Elder R.A. Tindall passed away during the night. He had back surgery three weeks ago and was recovering quite nicely. He was released and allowed to go to church for the first time yesterday. The Lord blessed him to be able to preach. The family enjoyed the afternoon and evening. During the night Sister Tindall woke up and found him unresponsive at about 2:30. He was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead at 4:00 this morning. The funeral is expected to be either Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning. We ask an interest in your prayers for our family and for the Amarillo Church.

In Bonds of Love,
Brother Jeremiah Cunningham

October 26, 2009

larry heldman  

Elder James Compton (1905 - 2007)
Elder James Compton was the original founder of the 'Gospel of Grace Tape Supply.' His collection of tapes began as he traveled to Church meetings and Associations recording sermons on Reel to Reel. He has maintained this library of sermons faithfully over the years and are now the foundation of PB Sermons. org. This web site is dedicated to Elder James Compton (1905 - 2007)